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million and invested heavily in us. we receive other money as well, we have a contract with the pew charitable trust to build something called subsidy.org. a huge database of all government subsidies. information about subsidies that we're all very interested in because it's a huge, you know, spending item. you know, assumes a huge amount of our budget. no one's ever tried to put this information together in one single place, and so subsidy j son.com exists. we're building it out sector by sector. the first sector is on the bank bailout money -- >> host: and is it online? >> guest: it is online right now. you can actually search down to your local bank and find out whether your local bank has received money. so this is a very exiesing web site. the next sector that will go up is about transportation, so all kinds of subsidies about transportation. so pew is another very large funder of ours. the knight foundation has just given us a grant to build out tools and wing psychiatries for journalists to use, the open society institute has provided money for training of journalists, and we
and relatives filled many of the church pews. the moving words of his sons brought laughter and tears. they shared personal stories about their father, illustrating the faith he showed in the face of adversity. >> when i was 12 years old i was diagnosed with bone cancer. a few months after i lost my leg there was a heavy snowfall over my childhood home outside of washington, d.c. my father went to the garage to get the old flexible flier and asked me if i wanted to go sledding down the steep driveway. i was trag to get used to my artificial leg. the hill was covered with ice and snow. it wasn't easy to walk. the hill was very slick. as i struggled to walk, i slipped and i fell on the ice. i started to cry. i said, i can't do this. i said i'll never be able to climb up that hill. he lifted me up in his strong, gentle arms, and said something i will never forget. he said, "i know you can do it. there is nothing that you can't do." we're going to climb that hill together, even if it takes us all day. sure enough, he held me around my waist and we slowly made it to the top. >> the service
would have a contract with the pew charitable trust to build something called subsidies code, a huge database. first time anybody tried it of all government subsidies. information about subsidies that were interested in because it is a huge spending item. a huge amount of budget. no one has ever tried to put this information together in one single place and some subsidies, schogol, exists and we are building of any sector bisector the first sector is on the bank bailout money -- >> ase adamle? >> is online and you can actually search down to your local bank and find out whether your local bank has received money so this is a very exciting website. the next subsidy sector that will go up will be about transportation so all kinds of subsidies about transportation. so cute research center is a founder of ours. that might foundation has given a grant to build out tools and widgets for journalists to use the open society institute has provided money for training of journalists and we have more than a thousand databases on this last so the directive on day one or day two of the administrat
century america to get and keep people in the pews. anita vogel reports that ambivalence is the big problem. >> i don't follow any particular religion. i believe that more in humanity and treating people well. i would say it's more a spirituality. >> most americans believe in something, but a growing number are reluctant to identify with any specific faith, according to the pew center for religion and politics. their research indicates that the only growing segment among religious americans are those who self identified and unof a fill kuwaited with any denomination. >> people are roptsing out, because they feel like they're giving more than they are getting in a lot of mainstream churches. >> it is limiting when you define yourself as a certain thing, whether that's buddhist, christian. >> organized faiths say they're aware of the trend and are taking action. the united methodist church has launched a $20 million campaign to get people back into the pews, including slick television ads and volunteers handing out i-tunes gift cards in times square. the roman catholics have a similar
are all clear. health care is an obligation and a right, not a privilege. but, secondarily, in our pews, in our churches, in our synagogues, in our mosques, we hear every day when we pastor, the real stories of suffering. i had one man who came to me to share that he was full of dread and anxiety because his 25-year-old daughter was going to go off the family health plan, because he aged off, and he was living in dread. i thought, what kind of a country is this if a father has to live in fear of his daughter's 25th birthday? so we have to organize and act on them and protect the folks of the grassroots. >> so reverend harkins, certainly, you want to push the legislators or congressmen and women to get something done, but i guess you're mobilizing a lot of congregations around the country as well. what role, i guess, can you play and other pastors, ministers, rabbis, whatever it may be, people will listen to you guys. they will listen to what y'all are saying to us as we sit in the pews. so are y'all in a unique position here to kind of wield some power and affect influence in this parti
. americans are rightly skeptical. today a pew study states 49% approve. once again talking points does not oppose improving the healthcare system. top story, reaction from "fox news" bizarre. you can see him at 4 p.m. and the "fox business" channel 6 p.m.. >> i agree with everything you said. i really think this is the apop crisp. >> either you've wised up massively -- you have a little frog in your throat. >> when you get scared. we're cutting you slack. let's talk numbers. as soon as the bizarre of "fox news" -- >> i don't like czar. it's not working too well for this guy so i don't want it. >> how about the big big czar kahuna. >> you can't pay it off or the savings you want from it from what i've seen of just one of the house measures which is the thousand page bill. this assumes savings we've never seen in the history of any government initiative. to pay the balance, they think taking the deductionings or limiting for guys like you is going to pay the balance. it can't be done. >> the cbo agrees with you, the congressional budget office
and president clinton sat in the first pew. president obama delivered the eulogy. senator kennedy's son, ted jr. helped eulogize his father this morning in boston. >> when i was 12 years old, i was diagnosed with bone cancer and a few months after i lost my leg, there was a heavy snowfall outside of washington, d.c. and i was trying to get used to my any artificial leg and the hill was covered with ice and snow and it wasn't easy for me to walk. the hill was very slick and as i struggled to walk, i slipped and i fell on the ice and i started to cry and i said, i can't do this. i said i'll never be able to climb up that hill and he lifted me up in his strong, gentle arms and said something i will never forget. he said i know you can do it. there is nothing that you can't do. >> we'll have more coverage when we come back and we'll go back to arlington national cemetery coming up later. we are back in a moment. ha >>> the current president, three former presidents and enough senators to make up a choir quarum were there today. president obama described the legendary massachusetts politician as a
kohut, president of the pew research center for the people and the press. ramona romero: what does the confirmation mean to you? >> to me it's a dream come true. it's a reaffirmation that we latinos can be recognized as contributing members of our society and there are no limits to what we can achieve. >> reporter: danny vary gas, what does it mean to you? >> it's a great american story. a woman who worked hard, two educated, did the right things and was able to succeed in her professional and personal life. at the same time, i would say it was good and right that she went through a rigorous, strict scrutiny through the hearings process and was able to answer tough questions from both democrats and republicans. >> reporter: you told us before she would not have been your nominee. >> she would not have been my nominee. i would have preferred a nominee from an ideological perspective that would have been more to the center. she's clearly left of center. but i think in her rulings over her 17 years on the federal bunch, she's demonstrated she can be mainstream for the most part but i
are the people that senator mccaskill needs to worry about. >> pew before this started, around the 30th of july, put out a poll. it said if you poll democrats and ask them which is more important health insurance reform or deficit reduction, government spending, much more democrats say health insurance reform. if you ask the republicans, they say deficit reduction is more important. she talked about trust. there was also a question in the pew poll about trust. a lot move democrats say they trust the government with their health insurance than they do health insurance agencies. and republicans say exactly the opposite. so these feelings were out there even before people took to the streets in august. >> as you talk to individuals who are going into these meetings whether it was claire mccaskill's or mike ross', i spoke with a retired cotton farmer who has two grand kids, low income, they don't have insurance, he says something needs to be done and he doesn't see an answer other than with government. i spoke with somebody who buys insurance on the individual market in arkansas, and her husband ha
their own polling because it's in every poll. there was a new poll out today. pew, gal up. decline and support among independents and large group of people moving against this plan. but the important tactical reasons are this. i think they want to have a battle over process, because if we are arguing about town hall meetings, we aren't arguing about the substance of the bill and what has gotten them into difficulty is the substance of the bill. they want to reassure the 60 democratic senators and the democrats in the house, they are trying to dismiss them. they are nuts. the polls are saying, they represent an emerging strong majority in america that says no. sean: we have spent a lot of time talking about what is now commonly known as the death panels, these end-of-life counselors, the house will would mandate that when they're older in life, this would be mandatory and maybe more often. the senate just confirmed that they are dropping it from the bill. they had been denying it existed and now they're saying we're going to drop it. is that a victory for the people showing up at to
care debate. >> we want answers. >> i mean, there was also-- pew poll showing americans are unhappy with how the media are covering health care. they don't understand what's going on and that's why the vacuum is created and that's where the media is to blame for picking up, following whatever is hang, not saying let's essentially look at this and broke it down and they could go-- >> there are no details after-- at least the clintons gave us details. this time they've given us no details so really the media doesn't have that much to go on. >> a perfect example is the death panel thing. if there is no death count, and ask what is crafted was crafted by a republican. it's ridiculous, if it is total-- >> hold on, true or false, true or false, within the public's health bureaucracy of liberalism last 40 or 50 years, a significant ueuthanasia has emerged, with the organ, example-- >> pick one story. >> can i pick a story. >> after the break, there is a point this week, the first time this week on the newspapers finally they did give some section of the newspapers explaining what potential
. >> earlier in boston, mourners filled the church for his funeral mass. in the pews, more than 85 members of the kennedy clan, and 58 current senators from both sides of the political aisle. president obama delivered a eulogist ojy. >> we loved this kind and tender hero ewho persevered through pain and tragedy. >>reporter: kennedy's son shared memories of a father they said wasn't perfect, but had a big heart. ted kennedy jr. choked back tears as he recalled his father's encouragement. >> he said, "i know you can do it. there is nothing that you can't do." >>reporter: by sunday morning, his grave site will have a marker similar to his brothers, that includes a cross and a -- >> stay with fox 45 for much more live from washington in 20 minutes. >>> in other news, one of the victims of this summer's helicopter crash on interstate 70 was remembered at a little league football game today. couple felix, a cheerleading coach for the lanzers, was one of four people killed in the july chopper crash. at the first little league game today, the crowd honored her with a moment of silence and the
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been on a pair with about .370 right now. or it is .380? glib wonder what happens if pew high schools and holliday play for an entire season together next year. >> rob: that would be nice to watch. >> bob: that will be one of the interesting free agent signings over the winter, to stay if he is there or is lured to new york by the moolah. >> rob: i don't want to see him go to the yankees. they have enough all- stars. >> bob: matt holliday is a country guy from oklahoma, lives in denver. i'm not sure the east coast is that attractive to him. there's a lot to be said for being in the same lineup with that over guy. low and in to zimmerman. >> rob: a good family guy from baseball blood. tom holliday, long-time college coach. actually recruited me to go to oklahoma state. a baseball lifer. >> bob: zimmerman, right field side, out of play.   bottom of the 4th in. nat have outhit and lead 6-1. way outside. power guy on deck who homered his last time up. dunn hit two homers in this series and 33 for the year. >> rob: by the time the nats get home for the next ro
to the lion of the senate. dozens of kennedy cousins and relatives filled many of the pews there, and even some of the youngest kennedys took part. but it was the words of his two sons that brought both laster and tears to many of the mourners. >> he even taught me some of life's harder lessons, such as how to like republicans. [ laughter ] >> he once told me, he said, teddy, republicans love this country just as much as i do. i think that he felt like he had something in common with his republican counterparts, the vagaries of public opinion, the constant scrutiny of the press, the endless campaigning for the next election. but most of all, the incredible shared sacrifice that being in public life demands. >> later today, kennedy will be laid to rest at arlington national cemetery. he qualified based on former military service as well as his service as a united states senator. he will be buried near his two brothers, former president john f. kennedy and former senator bobby kennedy. (announcer) time brings new wisdom new aches and pains, ...and new questions about which pain reliever is r
next to nuthing to borrow from each other these days. why are credit card interest rates soaring? pew safe credit cards issued 400 card issuers. the median lowest rate jump from 9.99% to 11.99% just in the first half of 2009. at the same time, pew says bank profit on credit card debt soared 46%. that leads us to our blog question. have your credit card interest rates gone up? how much and do you think your bank is taking advantage of you? have your say. go to cnn.com/newsroom and share your opinion with us. >>> well, the feds call this one one of the largest cases of identity theft yet. a miami man charged with stealing now, more than 130 million credit card numbers. prosecutors say he hacked into networks used by the 7-eleven convenience stores, hannaford brothers grocery and heartland payment systems. albert gonzalez already in jail. >>> in texas, a judge could testify today at her ethics trial. listen to this. she's accused of watching the clock and closing her court to a late death penalty appeal. james munez reports, he's with cnn affiliate keas in san antonio. >> reporter: judge
doubt the time and sat in the front pew and the minister could not take his eyes off of another. has takenut after the sermon he whispered in her ear and one week later we move to one of his apartment buildings he waa rich richman and she service tim -- rviced him every tuesday and thursday until he ran for the national presidency and somehow fell and hit his head and died and within the week the wife put us out and said don't come to a funeral so since we realized servicing ministers is not that dangerous they continued but it was dangerous. why write a memoir or write an autobiography? my life has been a long journey. in the beginning my sister and i essentially lived on the streets of parts of our lives. my sister was a year and a half younger one child of 14 another is 16 and other at 18 by the time she was 27 she has six children and never married and five fathers for the six children saw her life for the most part was in a very difficult situation. i left the strike and came to shove go to live with a stranger who was my father and that lasted about six months. i finished highc
obama, former presidents jimmy carter, george bush, and bill clinton sat in the pews with their wives. president barack obama gave the eulogy recalling the achievements of the lawmaker. >> i, like so many others in the city where he worked for nearly half a century, knew him as a colleague, a mentor, and above all, as a friend. ted kennedy was the baby of the family who became its patriarch. the restless dreamer who became its rock. >> senator kennedy's son ted also spoke about his father. at the grave site tonight cardinal mckerrick shared contents of a letter president kennedy wrote to the pope. the letter delivered by president barack obama in his recent trip to rome. in the letter he tells the pontiff that he's dying and that he would like the pontiff's prayers. but he said he made a mis-- he had made mistakes but he had fought for the death penalty, and oaring laws that help the disadvantaged. one observer said the letter sounded like a last confession. > >>he> news tonight nent hwant your hinelyo p ellocating a hit- run driver who st ckwo twomen and itpe apar hd nendou:0 scewo
.ncicap.org-- jane: all other traditional churches are seeing dwindling numbers of parishionerss. pew research shows that more and more churchgoers list themselves as unaffiliated. anita, what are we seeing them doing? >> churches are doing a lot. they have known for years that charge covers have been drifting away from the regular sunday attendance, independent of that study. a couple of churches are putting on some very slick marketing campaigns. the united methodist church is spending $20 million over the next four years to put out some very highly produced commercials. the catholic church is doing the same thing. the goal is to put people back in the pews. critics are saying that when they engage in these market -- these marketing campaigns are walking a fine line. >> whether or not the charges are engaged in a desperate act are very savvy read branding is a good question. if you are not bringing new people in and you are not developing your base, you will not be able to grow as a church. >> of course, critics also say perhaps that money could be better spent on providing food and clothes for th
york, which is where i'm from, and his niece passed me a note in the pew that said, so the reverend had made an appeal. >> an appeal. >> right, an appeal for me, and the niece passed me a note in the pew, and said, you know, i have someone in prospect, virginia, that would be great, and i did not again drop everything to see her, but when i did, i was blown away by the interview. i had spoken to him -- well, i spoke to the niece and i had prepared greatly, we balked this over dinner last night, i prepared greatly for it. you know, i read, history books, reparations, national apology was big during that time, with reverend conyers in the senate, front page, "newsweek," slavery, and i prepared at barnes & nob noble, i didn't have money because i quit my job, i sat in barnes & noble and read all the history books to get an idea of what to expect in the interview. >> this is the very first person you contacts, but not the very first person you interviewed, but at this time as a recap from chapter one, your very first interview leads you to california, to give a back story on that. >> right.
in the shade, very warm for the emerald isle. the temperature of the pop pew last is at a high to salute the brother of the mart terred president. senator edward m. kennedy was seriously injured when his private plane crashed in the woods. he was on his way to the state democratic convention where he was renominated when the plane crashed in a heavy fog. despite a broken back, doctors expect mr. kennedy to achieve complete recovery within eight to ten months. his family quickly gathered at his bedside and specialists were flown from walter reed hospital. >> here from his hospital room, senator kennedy speaks to you now. >> well, i'm coming along now. the doctors estimate that i will be out of the hospital around christmastime. i'm planning on thanksgiving. i haven't mentioned that to them yet but i plan to in the next few days. >> well-wishers wait outside a boston hospital to greet a man who made good a promise of six months ago to recover for a broken back in time for christmas. senator edward m. kennedy leaves new england baptist hospital for palm beach to spend the mol days with the
for them personally. n.p.r. says 47% oppose the plan and 42% are supporting. pew research, 44 opposed, 43 support. new york times, 77% say costs will increase under the government plan. where did you get your numbers, dick durbin? let me know, give me a ringel jingle, will you, dick? white house press secretary robert gibbs. he doesn't understand it, but he is the pulsebury spokesman^ -- the pillsbury spokesman, i guess. i referred to it as another brooks brothers brigade, like we are all standing up, another astroturf grassroots with manufactured anger, especially coming from the same people who stick up for the spontaneous protests of acorn. this is just a tad annoying. i thought obama was going to heal the divisions. heal! and unite us all. i swear i heard him say that before. >> the great thing about the country is it's a so free that people can protest the president, and did. glenn: that was george bush, but didn't barack obama say the same thing? how is ridiculing those who disagree with you in any way, shape or form uniting people? perhaps the only outlet more shameful than the whi
wake for eunice kennedy shriver. her extended family is here. her husband is sitting in the front pew of the church. her body is laying in state, or laying here at the church surrounded by flowers and family pictures, and the family has been greeting a steady stream of mourners, many, some people involved in the special olympics. some just people who live here at the cape and want to pay their respects. boston's cardinal o mally was here today. the governor of massachusetts is expected to come today as well. as i said, many of her, many members of her extended family are here as well including her god child, robert kennedy jr., who spoke with andrea mitchell earlier. >> she inspired me when i was 14 to spend 100 hours working in the column for the retard ed, this was upstate new york. how people treated these people at that time, she believed that you know, every human being has a soul and every soul is beloved by god. >> reporter: this is a woman who truly changed the world. who changed the way not only we here in america treat and appreciate those who suffer from intellectual challe
, sean tremblay who worked for pew says the entire alleged grassroots movements to get campaign finance reform passed was funded and organized by eight left wing organizations including george soros' society. it got out in the new york post, and, you know, the issue was dotal denials but those were totally phony protests. as anyone can figure out in retrospect, it was a groundswell of support for no campaign finance reform. you see this all the time where the right liberals running acorn go out, fine homeless people and give them a boxed lunch to protest something that no normal person actually cares about. that's why liberals can come up with this astroturf term, because that's what they specialize in. >> there is something i want to say. i don't have any problem with people going out and protesting and yelling, and it is the american way and people have the right to assemble. one thing that is really objectionable about acorn, though, that infuriates me, is that they get government money to do this. none of these conservative groups that are organizing people take government money. wh
tregly with the pew foundation, and nobody cared about him. and he said no, it was the charitable organizations and we funded the whole thing, and you see people, they apparently do care about their own healthcare, and they look different at the protests, utica versus florida and they're manifestly genuine, and all the democrats can say, you're doing what we usually do. >> and in all fairness, they didn't have their meds. >> bill, you made fun of these people, and how can something be astroturfing? i'll go to you since you're making fun of them. and how can it be astroturfing if they show up? it takes a lot for me to get excited about something, and i've never protested in something in my life. that's for real. >> you protested on your computer. it's not within the realm of possibility that these are. you look at what the republican lobbyists did against the climate. all it takes it one fringy group from either side. >> those weren't humans, and he's saying these are humans showing up. >> are you serious though? >> don't you want a punch in the face? >> i like to have a little yin
% by the pew research. lower than they were. used to be in the 60s, low 60s as late as june. this number, specifically on health care. approve of the job the president's doing? this poll just out yesterday, abc "washington post" suggests americans are divided, slightly more disapprove than approve. the president's numbers dropped, drew, on health dmar a couple of these national polls over the last few weeks but it doesn't mean the republicans are going up. they're pretty much staying where they are. half the support the president has, drew. >> and on that health care poll, so does that, in your mind, does that reduce his clout? does that weaken his armor on this? >> you could say this. looking at the drop of the approval rating and drop on health care. maybe he doesn't have the clout he had earlier in the month or last month, buttre this is a tr fight that will take place in congress over the next few moss. probably be very different bills pup one a public option, one may not. it only gets tougher. >> certainly does. thanks a lot, paul. emotions running high at the town hall meetings nat
was so dominant in his aa start, he made it starts in pew and allowed a total of 8 runs. six of those earned runs came in one game and it was a game he won. strike 2 to linked. on july 16th at akron, he allowed six earned runs in that game and won it. so six of his eight over his eight starts, buck, came in one start. >> buck: you can see that he is pretty aware of what he needs to do and how he can make appropriate adjustments over the course of the game, on the fly, if you will and he is the kind of kid that has enough weapons to do that. we talked about berken on friday and tillman being able to overcome early home runs. now, he put himself in that position. pie has it for the out. once again, it looks like the ball lost in the lights. the light here are very low because they have to fit inside the dome and here is kevin millar. millar in the 2nd inning got the game even. >> buck: he gets the low fastball, trying to come inside and matusz left it over the middle of the plate. it was down but it was right in millar's wheel house. >> jim: kevin has really been struggling. he is batti
anybody. we went to detroit at that ti. we sat in the front pew. and the minister would not take his eyes offf my mother. and as we were coming out another the sermon, he whispered in her ear. and a weelar we moved to o of the apartment buildings. he was a rich man. he had large church, owned real estate, she serviced him for maybe tuesdaynd thursday for about a year and a half until he went to natiol baptist convention where he was running for the presidency and hit his head and died. servicing ministers is not that dangerous they continued but it was dangerous. why write a memoir or write an aubiography? my life has been a long journey. in the beginning my sister and i essentially lived on the streets of parts of our lives. my sister was a year and a half younger one child of 14 another is 16 and other at 1 by the time she was 27 she has six children and never married and five fathers for the six children saw her life for the most part was in a very difficult situation. stack and so i left detroit collocate to chicago to live with a stranger. that lasted about six months. i fin
's pews and considered him a mentor and the only exception was sean hannity who had him on to talk about the black value system that basically says that the way any blacks who achieve economic success are being bought off by the capitalist system and are to be shunned. but in my stories, i reported for the first time on reverend white's sermons, saying that the government created aids to kill off blacks, that israel is a racist country, that the government created killers to kill off minorities throughout the world, et cetera, et cetera. and also that the same reverend white gave awards to farrah kahn for lifetime achievement. who picked up those stories? nobody. nobody touched it. i mentioned the stories to a cnn rerter at a party and she had not seen the stories and she said that's amazing. of course, i could never run a story like that. i would be accused of being bias against barack obama by my network. finally, after sending the stories to friends i know in mainstream media, tv networks and newspapers, after about two months, i did a "wall street journal" op ed quoting the sermons a
of their radical beliefs, you know. after all, he sat in reverend wright's pews for 20 years and didn't catch on to the fact that wright isn't too fond of america or what was he called it, the u.s. k.k.a. of america. so here is the one thing of tonight. it is not an accident. president obama's radical advisors are there for a reason. they are fighting a revolution. it's not the kind with tricornered hats. it is a silent revolution. don't expect the white house to apologize for hiring a self-avowed communist green czar job van jones. if they did, van might take offense to that considering he named his son after a militant marxist guerilla. his son is four years old, by the way. why would the white house waste their time on something like this when liberal bloggers are doing their best to defend van's good name, and his wikipedia page, my goodness, it is suddenly and mysteriously been updated to call him, quote, a champion of market-based solutions. really? the communist is? you see, van jones can't possibly be a communist. take it from me, a former colleague, eva patterson, who is president of
in the 80s. maybe even a pew spots into the high fifth for morning lows come monday and tuesday. >> that would be welcomed. >> will indeed. >>> coming up in our broadcast, an update on the swine flu vaccine trials that are taking place across the country. >> punishment has been decided for the judge who let the air out of a cleaning woman's car tire in maryland. >> new developments tonight in the case of a montgomery county police officer who was accused of lying about the details of a drunk driving case. >>> we will tell you how metro is preming for the skins. nationals, united fans, all expected to flood the system tomorrow night. >>> coming up in sports, the nationals welcome stephen strasburg to town. chase daniels tries to prove his work tomorrow night at fedexfield. chad ochocinco doing something we have snooench him afore. ewews4 at 6:00" s4 >>> back now withie stories makingin hdleseaes tonight. >> prince cilamylintou couple that had fallen on hard times was found dead in the home her about to lose. jewely and wallace faye died of gunshot wounds. police say it was a murd
crisis as seven aggravating effect on fuse towards immigrants. the show's data from the pew research center which asked people thinking about immigrants who are currently living in the u.s. illegally to you favor or oppose providing a way for immigrants in the country to gain legal citizenship if they passed background checks, they fines and have just? in december 2007 it was 58 to 35% in favor of a proposition which shows generally these propositions are well supported by the public but th interesting thing is says to let it able to those nine data it hasn't done-- it has gone up so you had a 63 to 34% in favor of this proposition in april of this year and there are several otr results entirely consiste with showing oddly enough in this period of severe economic crisis feelings about immigrants don't have become more negative and in fact we have become more sentiment in support of the immigration reform. it sicle latell these demographics are working out on some of this stuff. my proposition is going forward we will see more positive views of immigrants and the more favorable climat
, just released poll from the pew center says the average 20 something doesn't even know what woodstock was. now steve hartman went looking for a refresher course. >> every year thousand of people pull into woodstock, new york and find themselves asking the same who is buried in grant's tombesque question. >> this isn't woodstock? >> woodstock wasn't in concert. >> nope. >> these guys here cash in on people like you that are confusing it. >> idiots? >> yeah. >> basically. >> so i am not the first one to make this mistake. >> probably about 1 million, eight. >> 1 million, eight. >> that is tough pill for a lot of people to swallow. >> she is mayor of the woodstock chamber of commerce. >> you go to bethel where the concert was. >> you would be more disappointed. >> this is no woodstock there. >> really? >> charles verdict disagrees. >> this is woodstock, 1969. >> charles runs the one and only business on the main drag through bethel. >> a lot of people want to bring woodstock back to where woodstock is, not the town of woodstock, bethel, new york. >> today, 40 years after the festival two
. for an hour and a half. >> and remarkably, 25% of the am pew tees return to active duty. some to the battlefield. >> we send them with extra pro-thetics so if the prosthetic gets injured again they've got a spare in the trunk. >> that has been the tradition at walter reed since it opened in 1909. >> it started out as a state of the art hospital. it had an electric elevator indoor plumbing, electricity and an x-ray room. that was state of the art back then. >> it was named after an army doctor who discovered during the spanish-american war that yellow feef, which was killing more soldiers than battle injuries, was transmitted by mosquitos. >> war is one of those catalysts to come up with new treatments to save the wounded. vascular surgery. the beginnings of that in the korean war, as well as vietnam. >> during world war i, the hospital expanded from 80 beds to 2500. by building long wooden barracks. what is it like for a commander in chief when they come here and see the soldiers they've seen in battle back home. >> they'll come back teary eyed out of the room. privately with
. he worked for pew. he said that there was no grass roots movement, but we fake them out. he is on tape saying it. it is common sense. the people are calling for campaign finance reform. nobody cared. politicians were fooled into believing it. the worst schools that i did not think of as bush league schools, but the jesuits schools are bad at turning out little monsters. in loyola in chicago they apparently were not even students. they were standing in the back screaming their heads off with the mauls a vulgar things you have ever heard. there were a lot of cops there so they arrested the first guy. struggles, and you get the cops out of the room. the cop arrested some of them and later told my bodyguard, which i need on college campuses because they are such little peaceful darlings, he told the cop he wasn't a student because somebody paid him to disrupt an ann coulter speech. i wanted to sue just to find out. who is paying and to disrupt my speech? that is fact no. 2. we know that acorn, and a lot of the crazy things they're pushing are not supported by the public. we will
right now to show you how bad this thing is for the president. it's a new pew poll. two-thirds of the country think the president obama and republican leaders are not working together. among those two-thirds, 17% of them blame the president compared to 7% back in february. so he's losing ground there. republicans are holding it just under 30%. now for party favorability. look at this. the democrats are down below 50% for the first time. republicans holding at 40%. in other words, their slash and burn attacks on the president haven't hurt them an inch. that would tell me as a republican, if i were a republican activist, i would say keep on the fire, keep the flame thrower aimed directly at the white house. we're not losing, he is. >> well, what's -- what's amazing to me about those numbers is that the republicans are seeing that gain or at least devaluing the president's numbers without really offering an alternative. in other words, it's not as if there's a gop plan out there that's gaining favor. it's that his is being torn down. >> so do only harm is their oath. do onl
: but on this day a very public service. in the pews side by side four presidents came to bid farewell. ♪ >> reporter: and shoulder to shoulder sat old friends and foes alike from his senate days. political battles laid to rest. >> he often brought his republican colleagues home for dinner, and he believed in developing personal relationships and honoring differences. >> reporter: in the front, the kennedys, america's family. four generations shaped by the man who bore the torch when his brothers fell. teddy jr. who lost a leg to cancer at the age of 12 spoke of his father's indomitable will. >> i said, i'll never be able to climb up that hill, and he lifted me up in his strong gentle arms and said something i will never forget. he said "i know you can do it. there is nothing that you can't do." we're going to climb that hill together, even if it takes us all day. >> reporter: his widow vicki proud and gracious listening to every tribute. ♪ >> reporter: and so many nieces and nephews. the youngest of each kennedy branch spoke the senator's own words. >> the work begins anew, the ho
its day pew in late 2010. joining us live to talk about it, the ceo of carlos.com. good morning. >> good morning. >> the epa released a statement saying it has not tested the volt so, therefore, cannot confirm the fuel economy values claimed by gm. in your mind, 230 miles a gallon, is this gm claim for real? >> we compare engines to hybrids. now we're looking at the volt which is a sort of in your house goes out power, you still have a generator that you can turn on. that's sort of what the chchevy is. last night we were at an unveil. our vice president from nissan was there and i asked him about the knnissan new plug in electr. he said that they would get 360 miles per gallon. so it tells you that the e process is changing the way that they are calculating miles per gallon. >> i'm curious. do you think as people listen to all this, are they paying attention? because americans love big cars. the volt is not going to fit the bill there. are americans going to buy into this whole volt thing? >> i think it's interesting, i was watching a cnn money.com poll. 70% said they would buy
. >> guest: but you can go to many research projects, the pew research center, this last election clearly showed that the press favored obama. the media research center over the years has shown over the years that white house correspondents, over-80% of them have been democrats. this last fall the ombudsman woman from the "washington post" wrote her paper that her paper favored obama clearly over mccain. that's right. >> guest: and there are so many instances of media bias. talk radio is the only opposition to that bias. and that's why it's done so well. if it hadn't been for talk radio, we would not have known the other side of the iraqi war. we would not have exposed the perils of national healthcare. we would most likely had a immigration bill passing through our congress and senate. and without conservative talk radio, there would be no opposition to this. and clearly that's what the obama administration wants. no opposition. >> host: the ideological angle is one part of the equation. the other part of the equation, brian, is the commercial part because what the liberals don't want to
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